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DDG Trivia Places 4

What Canadian province got its name from the Iroquois word guilibek, meaning "place where waters narrow"? Quebec.
What country's farthest southern and northern points are Land's End and John o' Groats, respectively? Britain's.
What New York City landmark is the largest movie theater in the U.S.? Radio City Music Hall.
What's the world's longest road, running from Texas to Valparaiso, Chile? The Pan-American Highway.
What $7.2 million purchase did one senator call "an awful lot of ice for an awful lot of dollars," in 1867? Alaska.
What European capital's Potsdamer Platz was busy enough to warrant the world's first traffic light? Berlin's.
What was the most populous state in the U.S. for the last time in 1800? Virginia.
What Nepalese city name means "wooden temples"? Katmandu.
What Egyptian city was built up during the Middle Ages from limestone stripped off the exterior of the Great Pyramid? Cairo.
What Yukon mining district was the site of the 1890s gold rush? The Klondike.
What Texas city along Route 66 got its name from the Spanish word for yellow? Amarillo.
What two republics make up the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia? Montenegro and Serbia.
What Scandinavian country last fought in a war in 1814? Sweden.
What U.S. state's public golf courses have the highest average green fees? Hawaii's.
What former Soviet republic joined Russia as one of the world's ten largest countries? Kazakhstan.
What Arab country's national dish is a soup called fool? Egypt's.
What continent are you on if you're lost in the eastern tip of Egypt? Asia.
What continent has the fewest flowering plants? Antarctica.
What country lies on the western side of the Iberian Peninsula? Portugal.
What volatile nation was the first Caribbean country to gain independence? Haiti.
What barnyard animal utterance is known in France as groin groin? Oink-Oink.
What southern state capital got its name for being the terminus of the Western & Atlantic Railroad? Atlanta.
What desert's name was inspired by the array of colors that erosion has exposed there? The Painted Desert's.
What Berlin landmark had lost over 60 tons in shipments to the U.S. by 1990? The Berlin Wall.
What was the biggest city in America until 1755? Boston.
What U.S. city had three of the world's five tallest man-made structures in 1994? Chicago.
What cave mammals inspired some folks to dub Nebraska the "Bug-eating State"? Bats.
What Asian country has the world's lowest amount of urban green space per person? Japan.
What country went metric to join the European Community, but kept the pint for use in pubs and for milk? Britain.
Created by: Garveydd